The EU extended sanctions against Russia because of Siemens
In the EU black list included Deputy energy Minister Andrei Cherezov and head of the Department for operational control and management in power industry of the Ministry Yevhen, grabczak.
BRUSSELS, 4 Aug. /TASS/. The EU extended sanctions list against Russia in connection with the scandal around the supply of turbines by Siemens in the Crimea. This was reported on Friday the press service of the EU Council.
The black list includes three physical and three legal entities. This was reported on Friday the press service of the EU Council.
The EU added three Russians and three companies involved in the supply of gas turbines in the Crimea, in the list, against which introduced restrictive measures in respect of actions undermining the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine.The press service of the EU Council
As stated in the EU official journal, which published the corresponding regulations in the black list includes Deputy energy Minister Andrei Cherezov, the Director of the Department of operational control and management in electric power industry and the economy Grabchak and Sergei TopoR-Gilkey — General Director of “Technopromexport” — a subsidiary of the state Corporation “rostec”.
“These three individuals added to the sanctions list, as they are responsible for delivering gas turbines from Russia in the Crimea. The turbine was originally sold by Siemens for use on the territory of the Russian Federation. The subsequent delivery of the turbines in the Crimea violates the provisions of the contract,” — said the EU Council.